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In Loving Memory

Butchart, Robert A.

Robert A. Butchart July 19, 1949 – Wednesday, November 22, 2023.  Beloved husband of Nancy Butchart (nee: Licare) for 51 years.  Dear father of Lisa (Denny) Voss, Tim (Emily) Butchart; dear papa to six wonderful grandchildren: Tyler, Trevor, Jack, Meredith, Evan and Carson; dear brother of Gary (Linda) Butchart and the late Richard Butchart; dear brother-in-law to Patricia Terry; uncle, great uncle, cousin, holiday people and friend.

Services:  Memorial visitation at Kutis South County Chapel 5255 Lemay Ferry Road Saturday, December 16, 10am until service at 12pm.  Concludes at funeral home.  In lieu of flowers memorial contributions to Alzheimer’s Association Greater Missouri Chapter 11433 Olde Cabin Road Suite 100 St. Louis, MO  63141 or Brenden’s Friday Backpacks  3259 Burning Tree Lane Festus, MO 63028, appreciated.



9 thoughts on “Butchart, Robert A.”

  1. The Southwest High School Class of 1968 extends it’s sincere sympathy to the family of our classmate and friend, Bob Butchart.

  2. Bob and I went to Mallinckrodt Grade School and he lived on Bradley. We enjoyed living so close. He was always so kind to our family. Rest in peace.

  3. I recall Bob with fondness. We were classmates at Mallinckrodt Elementary and we moved on with our class to Southwest. He was everyone’s friend, and mine.

  4. I worked with Bob at Ameren. Then later he lived in the same subdivision as my daughter and I got to talk to him when he was out walking. He always had something funny to say. He will be missed.

  5. My dear cousin, heaven has gained another angel. Bob is safe now in the hands of God. He will bring the heavens joy.

    I’m here for you, when you are ready.

    Your cousin and friend,
    Linda B

  6. I remember Bob from our Southwest Class of 1968. He was a Good guy, Friendly, Nice to everyone & Easy to talk to.
    I’m sad to hear of his passing….

  7. Dear cousin, Bobby I remember the good times we spent growing up together! It was always a good time at Uncle Bob’s and Aunt Fay’s with Richard, Gary and you of course! ( closest to my age! ) I loved the pond, your dogs, playing in the back yard, birthday parties, Christmas eves at your house and in the basement and games in the spare bedroom along with the fish! New year parties at our house.
    Thanks for being such a good cousin to me always there when I needed a “date” !
    In the summer we would all meet together with lots more cousins and had a blast on the Meramec! Things are not like that for families now, but we had the best!
    I will always have those special memories of the 5 ( 6 of us when Kim came along!) of us nestled in my heart! ♥️ Sorry we didn’t get more chances to sit together and reminisce😢

  8. I worked with Bob at Mackenzie, Ameren. Many fond memories of Bob and his wonderful sense of humor! My most sincere sympathies to his family. RIP 🙏🏼


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